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  FOX    Mornings on 2    News  News/Business. New. (CC)  

    September 16, 2012
    7:00 - 9:00am PDT  

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>> looking for missing fisherman. coming up, we tell you about the rescuers found in the water a few hours ago. >> and what a man did that cost him his life. >> and occupy wall street makes a comeback. the dramatic showdown with police overnight just ahead of the movement anniversary. >> complete bay area news
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coverage. this is ktvu mornings on two. senate good morning. it is sunday, september 16th. i'm claudine wong. >> good morning, everyone. stanford taken down at sea. great game, great morning. a little crisp out there. we does in the right direction. spent the morning. it's sunday morning. when you step outside, you will fill a chill up there. temps in the upper 40s to 50s. temperatures in the 40s to the upper 50s. this afternoon clouds gradually clear back near the coast. at that temperature range coming up again. coming up, we take a look at the forecast high in your neighborhood. also let you know the one direction temps are headed over the next couple days. >> we follow developing news this morning. a search is happening right now in the hat -- in the napa river.
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two brothers were fishing near green island road when one of them fell into the water. he apparently cannot swim and was swept up string. allie rasmus is there with more on what rescue teams are trying to do. >> now that the sun is coming up, the coast guard helicopter is supposed to be on the way it to seem to do an aerial search. that's the body of water you see behind us. that bridge is where these two men were fishing overnight and one of them fell into the water. search and rescue crews have been here since three about this morning. three clock a.m. was when i got a report that a man had fallen into the napa river. two men, brother in-laws, sitting on a railroad bridge above the river. he was in a strong suit swimmer. the men fell off the bridge was carried into -- carried westward on the napa river. the other man whose brother-in- law lost sight of him and then
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called for help. overnight search crews did find what they believed were the missing man's shoes floating in the water, but the search for him continues. as a coast guard boat on the water right now going to the sloughs entered the terry's of the napa river just west of where we are beyond this bridge. a coast guard helicopter is joining the search. as soon as the sun comes up, it is supposed to do an aerial search of the water as well. ktvu, channel 2 news. >> this morning the fairfield police department investigating a shooting that injured three people. shots reported before 1:00 a.m. on dana drive. officers say a 16-year-old and two men were shot. they were taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. so far there's no information about the gunman. police are asking anyone who saw anything to come forward.
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police in alameda investigating a shooting that seriously injured one man. it happened early this morning at an apartment complex on the 164th avenue and east 14th street. police reportedly receive calls of the shooting and had to break into an apartment. that's where they found a man suffering from a gunshot wound to the chest. there's been no update this morning on his condition. >> highway patrol trying to figure out why a man decided to run across a busy highway overnight causing an accident that ended his life. it happened around 2:30 this morning on east on 24. officers say the man was driving out of the time away and he suddenly crashed into the center divider. >> the driver of that vehicle got out of the vehicle and was either walk into the shoulder or fleeing from the accident scene. another motorist came along in an attempt to try to avoid the vehicle in the roadway. he struck the pedestrian that was across -- that was crossing the freeway. >> the man was dead at the same. the diverse is cooperating with the highway patrol.
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see that people in the whale are forming a cop watch program. yesterday evening the group met in a park near police headquarters. the purpose of the program is to police the police and make sure officers conduct themselves appropriately. this comes after seven officer involved shootings so far this year, five of them fatal. in that there is a lot of fear here with the police department. >> of the interim police chief says these programs have the potential to train good witnesses as long as they don't interfere with crime scenes. he's also pushing to install cameras in police cars that start recording as soon as the lights or sirens is activated. he says the biggest problem is the amount of violent crimes because of all the guns on the street.
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>> investigators are trying to figure out what sparked a fire that destroyed a home. it happened around 8:00 last night on capitol street in downtown. a house next to an apartment building called fire. two people were inside the home but were able to get out safely. two apartments were also damaged by the fire. investigators in san jose are looking at three small fires. they look at video of third fire set sometime last night. all three fires began near story road. >> tomorrow is the anniversary of the beginning of the occupy wall street movement. yesterday the group over ali in new york to mark the occasion. it was 1 year ago on september 17th when hundreds of people rallied in new york's financial district to protest the big banks and economic inequality. tomorrow they plan to, once again, return to wall street. occupy protesters were also gather in san francisco's financial district known as the wall street of the west.
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that is planned for 5:00 p.m. at california and kearney streets. >> this morning, another insider attack being blamed for the death of four troops. at least one afghan police officer opened fire on troops at a remote checkpoint in southern afghanistan. it says the shooter escaped after the attack. this is the latest in a string of insider attacks between afghan forces and their international counterparts. also in afghanistan, officials say the body as of eight women were brought to a village after reportedly being killed in an airstrike. a spokesman for the aligarh district says says the women were collecting firewood early this morning and were targeted. only insurgents were killed in airstrike. more violence following the death of former americans in libya. coming up, why a travel warning is now being issued.
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which two countries are being affected. >> today is the last day of the east bay standdown 2012, the event that began on thursday, provides everything from legal to support to medical services to teeth cleaning for veterans held at the alameda county fairgrounds. it cost between 600 and $700,000 to put on, most of the money coming from private donations. at least 400 veterans are expected to receive some form of help from this weekends event. >> the 49ers home opener at 5:30 tonight. there will be extra security at candlestick with undercover police officers in the crowd of fans. some officers are going to wear 49er gear, others will dress as detroit lions fans. counterfeit tickets and merchandise are also being looked for. the raiders kicked off against the dolphins. mornings on 2:00 --
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mornings on two ends early today. >> the raiders should have some nice weather in miami. here in san francisco we've gone again march, which brings the coast. >> overall, a nice day, especially away from the shoreline. temps cooling off. right now you can see that we of the sun coming up looking toward the mafia boy area. since this morning, you notice a big change. you thought yesterday morning was cold. get ready for this morning. the sun was up at 653 caucus morning. the fog has been expanding in coverage over the past hour. right now we have overcast for san francisco, mountain view, in san jose. clear skies toward concord. visibility down to about a half mile. forecast of 14 today, morning
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fog and it will still be warm inland. tomorrow, partly sunny skies and a little cooler. still a nice forecast on the mile to one side, but no major sheet showing up yet. i've been talking about the cool numbers. look at these 40s. santa rosa, napa, all 45 to 49 degrees. oakland at 54, san jose 56 degrees. high-pressure still warm in the parts of the bay area away from the shoreline, as you expect. there's a very weak weather system that moves in for today but especially into monday. as a result, this will trigger the cooling trend and bring temps down today. here's the forecast model picking up on some of the font. we could still have a few leftover patches for san francisco this afternoon. temps inland, the worst locations are maybe flirting with a 90- degree mark. here's a look at the coastal
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spots for today. partly sunny skies, 59 to 62. right around the bay, patchy fog at 10:00 and more sunshine and a bit of a breeze this afternoon. readings in the low to mid 70s. it will be clear for today, maybe a patch or two of fog this morning. forecast highs this afternoon, about the same as yesterday. could be a little bit cooler in a few spots. livermore 89 degrees as well. san jose around 76, san francisco and lower 60s. here's a look ahead to your five-day forecast. temps continue to cool off a little bit into monday. holding steady into tuesday and wednesday and a little bit of pomp in those numbers by thursday. coming up, a look at that forecast for this evening. >> a radioactive cylinder missing. where it was last seen in the search underway. >> and 18-year-old man planning to bomb a local bar.
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what he did online that's a tough authorities and how they stopped him. >> plus, american airlines trying to emerge from bankruptcy. why are hundreds of flight attendants walking away quick. >> and this is the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza. about 10 minutes ago a collision reported in the construction area. time now is 7:11. you're watching mornings on two.
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>> their departure comes amid tensions. the southern california man allegedly behind the film that ignited the violent protests may have gone into hiding. he was interviewed by the los angeles county sheriff's
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department yesterday. after the interview he decided not to return home. federal investigators are trying to determine whether he, who was convicted of bank fraud, violated his terms of probation. if so, a judge could order him back to jail. >> an 18-year-old chicago man do in court tomorrow but used a train to set up a car bomb. federal prosecutors say they began monitoring a dell dog after he posted material online about a violent jihad and about killing americans. after the post he unknowingly began working with undercover agents to plan the bombing. they provided him with a big bomb and he was arrested friday night after trying to detonate it. they've are say they were surprised to hear about the arrests. >> so many years together. >> an online post he wrote that he would not be happy if he only killed five or 10 people.
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neighbors say the family is from egypt, but he's a u.s. citizen. he's now facing multiple charges including to attempt to use a weapon of mass distraction. if found guilty, he faces life in prison. the surges on porcelain or that could have radioactive material. the 7-inch cylinder was used by the company to drill a natural gas well. searchers are retracing the route of the truck that was carrying the rocket for it when missing on september 11th. >> more information about a case involving powder filled letters. according to an fbi, a man from syracuse, new york is responsible. the letters address a number of topics that include aids, abortion rights, and 9/11 conspiracy theories. >> in macy's and somewhat bizarre, somewhat unusual. to this person they can be very, very real. they can be so extreme they may
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even be delusional. >> the fbi says the man is about 35 years old and has had significant contact with the mental-health system. it is released to pictures of the letters hoping someone will recognize the handwriting. it also offers a $10,000 reward for information leading to the suspect. the fbi says the powder in the letters is usually baby powder or detergent. >> 1 year ago today 11 people were killed as their plane came crashing down at the reno air races. this morning the ceremony is planned to mark the somber anniversary. first responders were recognized earlier this week, but today the focus will be on remembering those who died. i'd have -- flights have been flying at half staff in reno all week. today those flights will be rid selecting the end of the races. safety measures were put in place to keep a pilot and spectators
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safe. hundreds of american airline flight attendants have decided to walk away from the financially troubled company. they are taking advantage of the airlines $40,000 early all-caps incentive. that offer was put on the table as the airline tries to emerge from bankruptcy. flight attendants to take the offer must give up seniority, can't be rehired, and they lose their subsidized health benefits. 1400 flight attendants have already signed up. >> i don't think 37 years is necessarily an early out. >> flight attendants have until thursday to opt into the program, but because so many have taken advantage of it, the company says it could avoid layoffs. >> now change in command. yesterday it was announced that colonel debra lytic will take a man of the u.s. air force's basic training unit. this comes after dozens of female recruits recorded being sexually assaulted or harassed by male instructors in the past year. colonel lytic is scheduled to take command on friday. hundreds of people calling for
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the resignation of the penn state university president and university board members. people gathered on campus yesterday to rally against how the board of trustees handled the jerry sandusky child abuse scandal in the firing of joe paterno. >> i think it probably is up to the alumni to keep the pressure on the board in terms of saying, we think we should have your leave. >> former pittsburgh steeler franco harris was one of the people who attended the rally. he had a cardboard cutout of his former coach as he called for the resignation of board members. a university spokesman declined to comment on the rally. sanford is celebrating after an upset victory over the usc trojans in college football. in front of a sold-out crowd, the quarterback tied the game at 14 in the third with a 23-yard touchdown pass. there it is. the cardinal went ahead on a 37-yard touchdown pass. at last chance for the trojan. the pass was incomplete. sanford is the upset 21/14.
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the fans stormed the field. well, it was the same outcome for the ohio state buckeyes. the bears had a big second half. brandon daigle with an 81-yard run in the third quarter to cut the buckeyes lead. another big run. this time 59 yards for that touched on. and the game is tied at 28. but minutes later he misses a field goal. that was his third race of the game. ohio state would take the lead on a 72-yard touchdown pass. 35-28 was the final score. that was painful. >> makes play to win. >> endeavor just hours away from its final flight. when it's expected to fly over the bay area. >> plus, close looks cleaner. we will tell you how much that trash has picked up. >> and the weather again.
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>> the final flight of the space shuttle endeavor leaves kennedy space center at sunrise tomorrow. the shuttle is on the back of a boeing 747 and will eventually be displayed as the california science center. it will fly over the bay area on thursday on its way to southern california. endeavor is expected to make low passes over san francisco landmarks. exact details are still to come and will depend on weather. it was a big success for people who love clean up california's coast yesterday. according to preliminary statewide numbers, nearly 60,000 volunteers helped pick up 320 tons of debris. that equals more than 534,000 pounds of trash and
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nearly 106,000 pounds of recycled materials. locally, the biggest turnout had more than 4000 volunteers. many people say cleaning up the beaches and lakes should be of year-round effort. >> is sad how people just don't care. >> it's wherever you might be, that's where we want you to be cleaning up. all that trash will eventually end up in the ocean if we don't stop it first. >> volunteers were on the lookout for debris that may have washed up from this is not me. prizes were handed out for the most interesting items recovered. some of the winners found a love letter, a life-size santa claus decoration, and a 1962 dodge convertible. >> in about an hour brothers lace up their shoes. it's part of a giant race hosted by the san francisco giants. runners will start to meet at at&t park in about 30 minutes. the event features a half marathon as well as a 5 k race. participants will take a trip
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before ending their runs back at the ballpark. money raised will benefit project open hand which provides meals to people with serious illnesses and seniors. >> time now is 7:25. another cool morning today. the question is how warm it will actually get. >> good morning. the runners probably like the cool weather. temps in the lower 50s. for right now, the camera shows overcast over the bay. and when we do have mostly clear skies, but look at the cold numbers. in the 40s right now. san francisco, there is 51. san jose, 56 degrees. for this morning areas of fog. tons of the 40s and 50s. and into the afternoon hours they recover into the lower 60s all the way to the 70s, 80s.
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while most locations, and full of neighborhoods around 90 degrees. today most spots are cooler than yesterday's highs. "-open-quotes at 70 degrees, san francisco 63, san jose 76. at candlestick, you can see the forecast for the game this evening. partly cloudy skies, 59 degrees and still a bit of a breeze up there as you would expect. winds around 10 to 20 miles per hour. here's a look ahead. the cooling trend will be the headline. a minor cooling trend for monday and tuesday. we might bump up those numbers a bit by thursday. coming up in a few minutes, we will take a look at the a's forecast. they played this afternoon. another update in a few minutes. a rollover accidents in the car full-service to the hospital. what we've learned about the teenagers involved in the one students student still involved. >> and another failed night of talks and the nhl season is officially in a lockout. the reaction.
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so let's talk about coverage. based on this chart, who would you choose ? wow. you guys take a minute. verizon, hands down. i'm going to show you guys another chart. pretty obvious. i don't think color matters. pretty obvious. what's pretty obvious about it ? that verizon has the coverage. verizon. verizon. we're going to go to another chart. it doesn't really matter how you present it. it doesn't matter how you present it. verizon. more 4g lte coverage than all other networks combined. simply follow developing news for you. a search underway right now for a fisherman who fell into the napa river. welcome back to warnings on two. >> right now we are on developing news. the search goes on for a
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fisherman. police say the man was with his brother-in-law when he fell off a bridge near green island road. we all live were a coast guard choppers during the search. >> at our last report, we mentioned that a coast guard helicopter was on its way to output the search for this missing man. about 10 minutes ago it arrived. it is doing an aerial search of the waterways here at the napa river. let me show you some of the video when that chopper alive. it was around three quick this morning when a man fell into the river while sitting on a railroad bridge. a man and his brother-in-law were fishing here. when the man lost his balance and fell into the water. the man was a strong swimmer, apparently, and the current carried him away. a short time later rescue crews arrived to search the water. so far they haven't found the missing men. the coast guard has now joined in the search. >> their model show that survivability in the waters about 30 hours, but with the fact that the river is only a couple
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hundred yards wide, we fear the victim has either gone under the water or is even possibly made it out. >> early this morning a helicopter did an aerial search with an infrared camera to see the man had made it to shore. that helicopter you are looking at in the video, that's the quote -- that's the coast guard. they couldn't find any sign of the man in the water. a couple hours ago rescue crews did discover a pair of shoes that they believe the man was wearing when he fell into the water, but the search for him continues. we don't know a lot about this missing man. we just know he's in his 30s. he fell into the water off fishing with his brother-in-law. >> synthesis go police have arrested a teenager in connection with the shooting death of an 18-year-old from richmond. police found lewis with several gunshot wounds near a fuel ain't early yesterday morning.
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police say they arrested a 17-year-old yesterday. he's currently being detained in the juvenile justice to center. >> the cause of the fire remains under investigation. it was reported before 530 at half last night at a complex on wideout wane. according to residents, four were injured. it took 20 minutes for crews to get the fire under control. around 1:30 on friday police responded to a robbery call at the wells fargo branch on santa cruz avenue. eight minutes later reports came in about a honda accord that was burning at an apartment complex. witnesses told police the car on fire was the same car spotted outside the bank and said the man who drove that honda to that apartment building got into the trunk of another car which then drove away. the man is being described as african-american, about 63
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inches tall. >> a special memorial to mark six months since lamarr disappeared. the 15-year-old went missing on her way to school from her morgan hill home. 21-year-old antoine garcia to her as has been charged in the case. today's remember that starts at 6:35 p.m. family and friends will say a prayer and release balloons in her memory. >> a high school student remains in serious condition after a crash on interstate 80 in auburn. on friday it started where going to lunch when their suv was clipped by a big rig. the suv flipped before coming to rest. most of the students were treated at a nearby hospital for injuries that included craft -- cracked ribs and cuts. >> i just waited, pretty much. >> intracardiac he suffers the worst injuries.
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he was partially ejected and suffered a fractured skull and severe concussion. he's still in hospital under a search in. after seeing pictures of the accident, the students say they feel lucky to be alive. >> a memorial has been set up at a san jose neighborhood to remember an eight-year-old who died after being hit while riding a small pocket bike. the accident happened on carbon drive friday night. police say matthew dunn wrote a small bike in front of a truck. the driver of the truck is cooperating with police. neighbors say they have been several other accidents involving children over the past five years on the street but this was the first death. >> a family over there this link up saying, they were turning around to talk to the kids at the memorial saying, be careful when you ride your bikes, be careful when you cross the street. it's a lesson for all of us to learn. >> neighbors say some of the parents are considering going to the city council to ask for
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street signs or speed bumps in the neighborhood. >> county deputies trained to figure out what led up to a deadly boating accident north of sacramento. deputies say it started when two boats crashed last night. two people died and another was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. divers are searching the waters today to see if anyone else may have been on board. >> one of san francisco international main runways remains on clothes -- remained closed. that could mean delays of up to an hour. the runway is expected to reopen at 8:00 tomorrow morning but there are more closures planned during the next two weekends. >> it's official. the nhl season is up in the air after the league threat of a lockout became a reality. players and owners fail to work on a labor deal before the deadline late last night. so at midnight the lockout was on. the move comes less than a month before the hockey season is supposed to start. training camps were set to open on friday. the news has many fans upset. >> i will remain a fan, but i
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probably will think twice about renewing tickets. >> we look forward to the home sharks game every single night of the home game. who knows how long it will last. >> this marks the second lockout in just eight years in the third work stoppage in the past 18 years. spent a mental park school damaged by a fire last week will open again tomorrow. according to their facebook page, the power has been turned back on. yesterday teachers and parents helped move some of the debris left over from the fire. the third-grade classroom was destroyed and administrative offices damaged. investigators say they believe it started in the school's kitchen and was likely sparked by a damaged electrical cord. parents in chicago waiting to find out whether or not their children will return to? morning. teachers have been on strike
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since last monday. a union leaders in the school district have been working throughout the weekend on the wording of a possible deal that would give teachers raises but also require tougher evaluations. both sides are hoping for a vote sometime this afternoon so students can return to class tomorrow. >> firefighters in los angeles on the night looking for hot spots near the famous getty center. at last check that fire was 90 percent contained and it should be under control sometime today. the fire started in heavy brush near interstate 405 on friday. no one was hurt and no structures were damaged. but los angeles area firefighters battling another fire. this one near the santa monica was. that fire started yesterday afternoon in a remote area of rustic canyon. at this point, at 75 percent contained, no evacuations ordered, but residents have been warned to prepare for the possibility. southern california has been experiencing especially dry and hot conditions with temps above 100 degrees. >> haven't seen any massive wildfires in northern california
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. although it is mid-september and that means it is still fire season in northern california. >> these are critical times. big bully, not in the forecast for today. right now you have this, low clouds and fog will go back into the coast and around the bay. even a few patches while england. here's the live camera looking toward the oakland. does the competitions. a bit of a breeze kicks in later this afternoon. underneath that canopy of pots, it's cool. we will show you the current numbers in a bit. here's the current fog pattern with overcast. santa rosa, visibility down to one half mile this morning for the past couple hours. forecast deadlines for today, we do have morning fog. it will be warm inland. tomorrow is partly sunny, a little cooler, and then the extended.
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a nice forecast with temps on the mild to warm side. here's a look at the current numbers. look at the 40s. santa rosa 46, napa 48, san jose around 56 degrees and livermore in the mid-50s. we are in the theme -- in few other systems. this area of low pressure is very weak but it will move in for today, but especially tomorrow. we do cool things off a little bit. not much change for today. we shave off one to 2 degrees across parts of the bay area. the worst locations on track tomorrow to reach the low '80s. here's a forecast model. some of the overcast this morning cleaning back to the shoreline but still a few left over passes this afternoon. at this link up with the 80s. at worst locations in london on track to reach the upper '80s, maybe a few spots around 90 degrees. game three this afternoon. partly cloudy skies and a bit of a breeze as temps are in the
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upper 60s at the coliseum. let's look at the forecast highs this afternoon. these numbers about the same as yesterday, could be cooler in a few spots. oakland around 70 degrees, san jose forecast high 76. here's a look ahead to your five-day forecast. your weekend always in view. homeschooling off into monday, cycling tuesday and wednesday. we bump up those numbers by thursday. the forecast track, including a forecast on the dragon boat races in san francisco, coming up in a few minutes. >> we've been telling you about the new amazon sales tax, but how it is actually helping some local businesses. >> and paid to protest. what some people involved in days of demonstrations are now admitting. >> but first let's take you outside for a live look on the san mateo bridge. you see the fun trying to break through this cloudy morning. it will warm up.
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>> pope benedict the 16th calls for peace in the middle east or in open air mass in lebanon today. his appeal comes to a three-day visit to the country aimed at uniting christians and moslems. he planned the trip before the unrest broke out.
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agents prime minister says some of the thousands of people involved in days of protest that pay for it. the protest being tuesday and is later several admitted to getting money. >> people affected by the mass shooting at a colorado movie theater are angry about what's being planned for the $5 million in donations collected since the tragedy. last week the group, comprised of victims and families of those killed, said it was being left out on the decision on how to distribute the money. the foundation overseeing the relief fund disagrees and says it asked the group for its input on two ways to spend the money. the first of either evenly between the wounded, the families of the disease, and people displaced while the shooter's apartment was being searched. the second were divided up
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based on individual needs. >> the fbi is involved in the investigation into a former monterey bay professor accused of killing his wife. agents searched the home of professor laurence jones earlier this week. he was arrested shortly after a los angeles. he is an internationally recognized financial recognized expert. friends and family said their final farewells to a college student from off yet who drowned in the sacramento river two weeks ago. the funeral for brett olson was held at the lafayette presbyterian church is today. he was last seen labor day weekend while on the river with friends. fishermen found his body a week later about 2 miles downstream from where he disappeared. >> five people died, including three children after a small plane crashed in southwest missouri. authorities say the plane was headed to springfield airport
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when it crashed in a field just 5 miles away. the group was flying home from a kansas city royals baseball game. witnesses say they heard the plane have some type of engine problem. >> i said there was something wrong with the plane. >> vfa says it will be out at the same again today trying to piece together what caused that crash. >> republican presidential nominee mitt romney in chicago ahead of what's expected to be a hard week of campaigning for him. tomorrow he hit california for a fundraiser in orange county. if his first ip or since announcing paul ryan as his running mate. tomorrow president obama will hold a rally in ohio. that's followed by a fundraiser in new york on tuesday and then a two city visit in florida. met ronnie do in the bay area this week according to the san francisco chronicle. the nominee will hold a
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fundraiser at the historic strawberry hill estate in hillsboro on friday. among the hosts of the event are former secretary of state george shultz and ceo meg whitman. some couples pay up to $100,000 to attend. there are a limited number of tickets that cost $500. >> romney's running mate spent the weekend campaigning in florida. people dare say he went back and forth between motivating the crowd and criticizing president obama. >> if you take a look at the record of the last four years, it's a record of failed policies of an absence of leadership. >> ryan told the crowd romney was the man to lead the country in 2012 and 2013. he says when romney was governor of massachusetts, the credit rating improved and unemployment went down. people in the audience agreed saying romney has a strong business background which is something the country needs. paul ryan has chosen former
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solicitor ted olson as his debate practice partner. he's argued 58 cases before the supreme court and has argued against proposition and eight. they participated in the first mock debate session last week. there's only one vice presidential debate for the november election. it is october 11th in kentucky. >> tomorrow's the last day for a san francisco resident to off out over saving the paper voter information pamphlet. those who do go paperless will get an e-mail 40 days before the election with a link to view the materials online. you'll find the form under the city's department of election website. several major banks are reportedly being investigated for lapses that could have led to money laundering. j.p. morgan chase and bank of america are among the banks currently under investigation. in april citigroup was sanctioned by federal regulators. they said the bank's procedures to block money laundering were insufficient. >> online shoppers might not
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like this, but small businesses are seeing things in a bit of a different light. up until now many stores found that sales tax was the difference between shoppers buying items at their store or online. amazon has always been a major competitor with many people bringing in their phones to compare prices that store owners hope this new tax will bring them more business. >> people have it in their minds that the differences between us are going to be narrowed by even a small margin. it gives them that more of a motivation to come in the door and give us a shot. >> state lawmaker struck a deal with amazon to start collecting sales tax which took effect yesterday. the money will go to state to pay for things like education. >> a letter warning thousands of california state students about the impacts of november ballot tax initiative warned them that it illegal. the taxpayers association
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claims the letter using government resources for a political campaign so the letter warns that enrollment capacity is going to drop if voters approve proposition 30 which would increase sales taxes and income taxes for the wealthy. california will soon crack down harder on stores that sell cigarettes to minors. it's part of a bill signed by the governor yesterday. that bill was introduced by jerry hill. the bill requires the state to suspend store licenses for 45 days if they have three violations in five years. after five violations, the state can revoke the store's license. >> a new world record for tight roping has been set. what a trio from china did to get into those books. >> and erratic video from a car chase. and we will show you how it all finally came to an end. >> off to another cool start this sunday morning. coming up, the neighborhoods in the 40s right now and the one direction temps will be headed over the next couple days. [ female announcer ] pillsbury crescents on their own are wonderful
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this >> this is all from a car chase. that suspect rolled out of the moving car and jumped over the freeway overpass. this started after 10:00 on the city streets of san bernardino. the suspect bailed out of the car and onto the streets below. he was taken into custody. he had minor injuries. it's still not clear why the chase started. >> lawyers for britain's royal family are expected to go to france tomorrow. it's an effort to stop for the publication of the topless photos of kate middleton that have been released around the world. lawyers will seek an injunction against the publishers of the gossip magazines. the pictures were taken while kate was sunbathing over the holiday. >> she was on a private holiday. she was making a public spirit is.
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>> like they did with diana, same thing. >> a strong response stands in contrast to the reception of naked photos of prince harry of partying in las vegas which appeared online last month. the palace shrugged off the photos and took no action against the person who published them. meanwhile, prince william and kate took some time off from the controversy to two or a jungle in malaysia. it was part of the diamond jubilee celebrations. the couple appeared to be in good spirits. this morning the royal couple was greeted by hundreds of people as they arrived on the solomon islands. later today the royal couple will be treated to a traditional island feast. >> there's now a new world record for three people simultaneously walking on a tight rope with no safety net. the men walked on a nearly 4600-foot long wire in china gets today. look at that. that lawyer suspended a love in hundred 50 feet above ground. believe it or not, this is the
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fifth guinness world record for one of those walkers. >> you see that one guy wave? the focus. it makes me nervous. >> he did just fine. >> mark, what are we looking at? of. >> we are focused this morning. the clouds are back with us, once again. you want to bundle up. yesterday morning was cool. this morning is a bit cooler. the fog is back with us coast side and around the bay. starting to get the purcell imagery of the day. you see the overpass. also read around fremont as well. move the maps to the north. we will show you this. mostly cloudy skies here and in the north bay. santa rosa reporting half-mile visibility this morning. some of that fog settling in parts of sonoma county. as far as current numbers, 40s to 50s. santa rosa 48 degrees, oakland 54. forecast for this morning,
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areas of fog and on the cool side. clearing back to near the coast but partial clearing. partly sunny skies for san francisco but more sometime. afford it the festival, you definitely want to bundle up with temps only in the lower 60s by about the 3:00 hour. the numbers today are about the same as yesterday, could be cooler in a few spots. a look ahead at the five-day forecast. some school offer monday and tuesday. maybe some minor warming by thursday. coming up, take a look at the forecast for both the 49ers and the oakland a's playing this afternoon. >> today the giants go for this week in arizona. last night blogging tied at one in the fifth. not for long. like a good neighbor, buster posey is there. mvp chants echoing back home. diamondbacks would get a run in the eighth. also getting a little help -- a little help here. the a's also going for the
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. good morning. welcome to mornings on 2. it's sunday, september 16.
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let's get a quick check of your weather. the runners liking it cool. they must be happy this morning. >> celebrating the cool weather out there. temperatures in the mid-40s to the low 50s because of this. the fog coastside and a big surge into parts of the north bay and right around the bay as well. our forecast for today for this morning, mid-40s to right around 58 degrees. clouds gradually clear back near the coastline and a big temperature range once again. coming up in a few minutes, we'll take a look at the forecast high in your neighborhood and the one direction temperatures will be heading over the next couple days. we're following developing news from napa county and the search for a man missing now under way for several hours. he fell off a bridge into the napa river early this morning. we have new information on the search effort. >> reporter: we've just learned the napa county sheriff's office has put out a call to its search and rescue volunteers. in the next half-hour, we'll be -- they'll be arriving at the scene. we're told we'll have to move away from the scene where this man went missing to give the
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search and rescue crews some space. this bridge you see behind us is where a man in his 30s fell off while he was fishing with his brother-in-law and fell into the water. early this morning, there were some coast guard helicopters out here doing an aerial search of the napa river. there'ses coast guard boats still on the water. seven and rescue crews have been out here since 3:00 this morning and that's when the manual was reported miss -- man was reported missing. they had been fishing off the railroad bridge right above the napa river when the man lost his balance and fell n. he wasn't a very strong swimmer and the current in this river was moving pretty fast. >> whether the coast guard got here, they dropped their buoy in and within an hour and a half, it had already gone river three-quarters of a mile. so there's mocht of water. it's -- movement of water. it's not completely static. initially the victim has been reported going up the river north. >> reporter: during the
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overnight hours, chp helicopter did an aerial search with an infrared camera to see if the man had somehow made it on the shore and was walking in the area but they didn't find any sign of him. a couple of hours ago rescue crews discovered a pair of shoes that they believe the man was wearing when he fell into the water. but the search for this man continues this morning. if we take you back out here live, you can see where the napa county sheriff has set up a staging area. again sometime in the next half- hour, search and rescue crews are -- volunteers are going to be arriving here with some of their search and rescue dogs. we'll have to move farther away from the scene as the search for this missing man continues. live in american canyon, ktvu channel 2 news. fairfield police are investigating the shooting of three people. the shots were reported just before 1:00 a.m. on dana drive. officers say the three people shot were all men. they are 16, 46, and 54 years old. all three were taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. so far there is no information
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on the shooter. police are asking anyone who saw anything to come forward. a man in alameda county was seriously injured in an early morning shooting. police responded to an apartment complex on 164th avenue in east -- and east 14th street. that's where they found the man suffering from a gunshot wound to the chest. so far no update on his condition. highway patrol now trying to figure out why a man decided to run across a busy freeway overnight causing an accident that ended his life. it all happened around 2:30 this morning on eastbound 24 near aowe run today. >> the driver of the vehicle got out of the vehicle and was either walking to the shoulder or fleeing from the accident scene. another motorist came along and in an attempt to try to avoid the vehicle that was in the roadway struck the pedestrian that was crossing the freeway. >> reporter: the man was pronounced dead at the scene. the driver who hit him is
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cooperating with the highway patrol. officers are now looking into whether or not alcohol may have played a role in the initial crash. people in vallejo are joining forces with the police. yesterday evening the group met in a park near police headquarters. it's being trained by the fresno-based organization national network in action. the purpose of the program is to make sure officers conduct themselves appropriately. this comes after seven officer- involved shootings in vallejo so far this year, five of them fatal. >> there's a lot of fear here in vallejo with the police department and you have a right to be. >> vallejo's interim police chief says these programs have the potential to train good witnesses as long as they don't interfere with crime scenes. he is also pushing to install cameras in police cars that start recording as soon as the lights and sirens are activated. he says the biggest problem in vallejo is the amount of violent crime because of all the guns out there on the streets. investigators in vallejo are trying to figure out what
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sparked a fire that destroyed a hope. it happened around 8:00 last night in downtown vallejo on capital street. a house next to an apartment building caught fire. two people were inside that home. both were able to get out safely. two apartments were also damaged by that fire. three small fires in san jose's kelly park are now being looked into by arson investigators. this is video of the third fire reportedly set sometime last night. all three fires began near story road. that's been a number of fires here since a homeless encampment moved into the area. an insider attack is being blamed for the death of four u.s. troops in afghanistan. at least one afghan police officer opened fire at a remote check point in southern afghanistan. nato says the gunman escaped after the attack. it says this is the late nest a string of insider attacks it afghan forces and their international counterparts. also this morning, afghanistan officials say eight women were killed in a nato air strike in eastern afghanistan.
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a spokesman says the women were collecting fire wood and were targeted by the planes. nato says it is investigating these claims but initial reports show only insurgents were killed during the air strike. it's the last day after three-day event designed to give free help to veterans. >> east bay stpped began thursday. it costs it 600 and $700,000 to put on and most of that comes from private donations. at least 400 veterans are expected to receive some form of help from this weekend's event. occupy wall street protesters are preparing to celebrate their first anniversary. the group held a rally in new york to mark the occasion. it was almost one year ago on september 17 when hundreds of people rallied in new york's financial district to protest big banks and economic inequality.
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tomorrow they plan to once again return to new york's wall street. occupy protesters will also gather in san francisco's financial district known as the wall street of the west. that's planned for 5:00 p.m. at california and kerney streets. the 49ers home opener is tonight. there's going to be extra security with undercover police officers mixing in with the crowd. some officers are going to wear 49ers gear. others will be dressed as detroit lions fans. officers will patrol those fans looking for unruly fans. they'll also be looking for scalpers and counterfeit tickets and merchandise. the raidsers are on the road in miami. kickoff is 10:00 our time. both teams lost their season openers. last year miami beat oakland 34- 14. mornings on 2 ends at 9:00 a.m. today so we can bring you the fox n.f.l. sunday pre-game show. then at 1:00 you can watch the dallas cowboys taking on the seattle seahawks. happening right now, people are lacing up their running shoes. those runners are gathering right now for the giant race
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hosted by the san francisco giants. the event features half marathon 10-k as well as a 5k race. participants will take the trip along the embarcadaro before ending their run back at the ballpark. money raised will benefit project open hand which provides meals to people with serious illnesses and seniors. if you are going for a walk or run this morning, definitely want to bundle up with the readings back down to the 40s and 50s. here's our live camera up in the north bay in san rafael showing you a solid deck of overcast. probably increasing the past couple of hours. a deeper marine layer will cool things off. here's the latest from the satellite. notice the clouds off shore and basically taking the shape of the bay right now. san francisco covered. we showed you san rafael with overcast and it continues up to the north as well. santa rosa reporting 48 degrees. downtown san francisco 51. san jose right around 56. high pressure still warms up
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parts of the region for today. the inland spots in the upper 80s to right around 90 degrees. there is a weather system up to our north. this gradually moves in and does bring in a little bit of some cooling for today. a slight cooldown. probably will feel it more as we head into monday and tuesday. that will be the overall weather headline with minor cooling over the next few days. for the coast definitely want to bun dal up this morning and into the afternoon hours. not too much of a recovery. partly sunny skies. patchy fog into the afternoon hours. the readings only in the lower 60s. right around the bay skies becoming mostly sunny and a bit of a breeze this afternoon. those readings in the low to mid-70s. inland nakeds more sunshine this afternoon -- neighborhoods more sunshine this afternoon. the temperatures on track to at least reach the mid-80s. warmest locations approaching or flirting with the 90-degree mark. santa rosa 79. fairfield about 88 degrees. walnut creek in the upper 80s. these numbers about the same as yesterday. could be just a little bit cooler in a few spots. san jose right around 76. and san francisco forecast high
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of 63 degrees. still some patchy fog into the afternoon hours. the as playing game three of the series this afternoon. look for more sunshine. maybe a sun-cloud mix and temperatures in the upper 60s. right about 67. here's a look ahead. the five-day forecast with your weekend always in view, temperatures continue to cool off for monday. slight cooling for tuesday and wednesday. we might be able to bump up the reelings a little bit for day five on thursday. coming up in a few minutes, we'll take a look at the football forecast for candlestick late other this afternoon into the evening hours. a terror plot is targeting a big u.s. city. why authorities say an 18-year- old wanted to detonate a bomb in chicago and how they caught him. plus, cleaning up the coast. how much trash? tens of thousands of volunteers were able to pick up statewide? >> let's take you on outside. there's a look at the golden gate bridge this morning on this foggy, foggy morning. looks like you have some crews out there. >> picking up itself cones. -- the cones. maybe a little lane change.
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>> changing the directions but as you can see, things moving great in both directions. it's 8:11 on the clock. you're watching mornings on 2. based on this chart, who would you choose ? wow. you guys take a minute. verizon, hands down. i'm going to show you guys another chart. pretty obvious. i don't think color matters. pretty obvious. what's pretty obvious about it ? that verizon has the coverage. verizon. verizon. we're going to go to another chart. it doesn't really matter how you present it. it doesn't matter how you present it. verizon. more 4g lte coverage than all other networks combined.
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good sunday morning. time 8:14. looking out toward the bay bridge. lots of fog here but some hints of some sunshine poking through. your forecast in a few minutes. the search is on for a cylinder that could contain radioactive materials. the halliburton company is searching for a 130-mile area of the oil feeds in west texas.
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the cylinder was used by the companies who drill a natural gas well. they're refacing the route of a truck carrying that rod before it went missing on september 11. we're learning more about the person the f.b.i. says is sending out letters supposedly filled with anthrax. according to the fbi, a man in syracuse, new york is responsible for sending 21 letters during the last 15 years. those letters generally start with the phrase, quote, the paper you are now holding has been thoroughly saturated with anthrax spores and you will soon die. they address topics that include aids and 9/11 conspiracy theories. >> it may seem bizarre, somewhat unusual. they may be disjointed thoughts but to this person they can be very, very real. they can be so extreme, they may even be delusional. >> the f.b.i. says the man is about 35 years old and has had significant contact with the mental health system. it has released two pictures of the letters here hoping someone
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will recognize the handwriting. it is also offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the suspect. the f.b.i. says the powder in the letters is usually baby powder or detergent. an 18-year-old chicago man is facing life in prison after allegedly trying to set up a -- set off a car bomb outside a downtown bar. federal prosecutors say they began monitoring him after he posted material online about a violent jihad and killing americans. after the posts, he unknowingly began working with undercover agents to plan that bombing. they provided him with a fake bomb and he was arrested on friday night after they say he tried to detonate it. neighbors say they were surprised to hear about the arrest. >> so many years together. he no problem. his family okay. i'm sad, you know. i hear that. >> an online post he wrote that he would not be happy if he only killed five or ten people.
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neighbors say the family is from egypt but that he is a u.s. citizen. he's facing multiple charges, including attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction. an alleged sex scandal has led to a change in command. yesterday it was announced that colonel debra littic will take command of the u.s. air force's basic training unit at lackland air force base. this comes after dozens of female recruits reported being sexually assaulted or harassed by male instructors in the past year. she is scheduled to take command on friday. this week hundreds of people are calling for the resignation of the penn state university president and board members. people gathered on campus yesterday to rally against how the board of trustees handled the jerry sandusky child abuse scandal and the firing of former football coach joe paterno. >> i think it is up to the alumni to keep the pressure on the board in terms of saying we think you should leave and let somebody else do it. >> former pittsburgh steeler frank o'hare ris was one of the people who attend -- frank oh
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hairris is one of the people who attended the rally. a university spokesperson declined to comment on the rally. hundreds of american flight attendants have decided to walk away from the financially troubled company. they're taking advantage of the $40,000 early out cash incentive. the offer was put on the table as the airline tries to emerge from bankruptcy. flight attendants who take the offer must give up all seniority. they cannot be rehired and they lose their subsidized health benefits. 1400 flight attendants have already signed up. >> it's about time. i don't think 37 years is necessarily an early out. >> flight attendants have until thursday to opt into the program because so many have taken advantage of it, the company says it could avoid layoffs. wind turbines could be the answer to powering the entire east coast. that's according to new research from stanford university. the university says it would require 144,000 off shore
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turbines each standing about 270 feet tall, but it would be able to meet the demand for electricity from florida to maine. however, that proposal has stalled due to controversy and costs. today the u.s. gets about 4% of its electricity from wind. parents in chicago are waiting to find out whether or not their children will return to class tomorrow morning. teachers have been on strike since last monday. union leaders and the school district have been working throughout the weekend on the wording of a possible deal that would give teachers raises but also require evaluations. parents are hoping for a vote this afternoon so students can return to school possibly tomorrow. at last check a fire was 90% contained. firefighters hope to have it under control sometime today. the fire started in heavy brush near interstate 405 on friday. it snarled traffic and temporarily shut down the museum. no one was hurt and no structures were damaged. los angeles area firefighters also battling another fire, this one near the
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santa monica mountains. it started yesterday afternoon in a remote area of rustic canyon. it's 75% contained and no evacuations have been ordered. however, residents have been warned to prepare for that possibility. southern california is experiencing especially dry and hot conditions with temperatures above 100 degrees. it was a big success for people who helped clean up california's coast yesterday. according to preliminary statewide numbers, nearly 60,000 volunteers helped pick up 320 tons of debris. that equals more than 534,000 pounds of trash and nearly 106,000 pounds of recyclable materials. here in the bay area san mateo had the biggest turnout with more than 4,000 volunteers. many people say cleaning up our beaches and lakes should be a year round effort. >> it's sad how people just don't care and litter our land like this. >> it's wherever you might be.
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that's where we want you to be cleaning up because all that trash is eventually going to end up in the ocean if we don't stop it first. >> volunteers were also on the lookout for debris that may have washed up from last year's tsunami in japan. prizes were handed out for the most interesting items recovered. some found an old love letter, a santa claus decoration and a 1962 dodge convertible. >> wonder how they dragged that out of the water. time 8:20. in the news, the final flight for the space shuttle endeavour. when it's expected to fly over the bay area on the way to its final destination of los angeles. >> in weather i'm tracking another round of low clouds and fog this morning. coming up in four minutes, the one city that has visibility down to one-quarter of a mile right now and the one direction -- [indiscernible]
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stanford wins over a sold out crowd. game tied at 14. the cardinal would go ahead in the 4th on a 37-year-old touchdown pass from none nez to -- nunez. last chance for the trojans, 4th and 40. not quite. pasco's incomplete and out of bounds. stanford upsets 21-14 and the fans storm the feel. cal not quite the same outcome.
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gave it a run of the bears had a big second half. brendan bigelow with a big 80- yard run in the 3rd quarter to cut the buckeye's lead to 7. another big run, this time a 59- year-old score. the game tied at 28. minutes later, the field goal missed, thirds of the game. ohio state would take the lead on the 72-yard touchdown pass. final score buckeyes 35. bears 28. 8:25. let's move on to weather and how much nicer the day is going to be today. >> we have niners. >> get rid of the fog, watch a little niners. good sunday football. >> nothing but good news today. but if you do like the fog, i guess you're probably celebrating this morning because the fog is back in abundance this morning looking out toward the golden gate bridge. a solid deck of overcast. there has been an increase in coverage over the past two to
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three hours. you'll notice the overcast near the coast and also from san francisco down toward hayward, freemont and san jose and also up into the north bay. i was talking about low visibilities. santa rosa has visibilities down to one-quarter of a mile at the airport. still a big dropoff in visibilities. an issue over the next one to two hours. temperatures right now are in the 40s and 50s. here's the plan for today. your sunday forecast temperatures bundle up this morning. then into the afternoon hours, the clouds clear back to near the shoreline. these numbers about the same as yesterday. could be just a little bit cooler in a few spots. just partly cloudy skies or partial clearing for the beaches. partly cloudy for san francisco. and also a sun-cloud mix at candlestick for later on today. 5:20 kickoff with temperatures in the upper 50s. here is a look ahead. your five-day forecast with your weekend always in view. cooling trend. that will be the main headline monday and tuesday. the numbers warm up a little bit by thursday.
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coming up in a few minutes, we'll take a look at the as forecast playing an afternoon game later on today. the final flights of the space shuttle endeavour leaves kennedy space center at sunrise tomorrow. it's on the back of a boeing 747 and will eventually be displayed at the california science center in los angeles. it will fly right over the bay area on thursday on its way to southern california. endeavour is expected to make low passes over san francisco landmarks and nasa ames in mountain view. exact details are still come and of course it will all depend on the weather on thursday. we continue to follow developing news from the north bay. we'll have another live report on the search for the man missing in the napa river. what searchers have uncovered so far. >> plus, training camps were set to open this week but now the national hockey league has locked out its players for the second time in eight years. >> american idol host ryan seacrest makes a major announcement within the past hour.
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itself-- the search continues for a missing man. that man fell from the brazos bridge early this morning. allie as moss is live with -- rasmos is live with more. >> reporter: sometime in the next 15 minutes or so, there is supposed to be some search and rescue volunteers arriving. they're going to have some rescue and search dogs. that's why we were told by the sheriff's office one of the reasons why we had to move a
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quarter mile away from the bridge where this man fell in the water. you can faintly see it in the distance through the fog. a man in his 30s fell into the napa river while he was sitting on that bridge with his brother- in-law. the to were fishing on the bridge at 3:00 this morning when the man lost his balance and fell in the water. a coast guard helicopter did do an aerial search of the napa river and its tributaries and flows early this morning. other search crews with calfire and american canyon have been out here since last night. now the coast guard is leading up the search. they say it's possible this man may have survived the cold water and the swift current in the river, but they're concerned they haven't found him yet. >> their models show survivability in the water is about 30 hours but with the fact that the river is only a couple hundred yards wide, you know, we fear the victim is either gone under the water or is even possibliably made it out. >> reporter: early this morning, a chp helicopter did an aerial search with an
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infrared camera to see if the man somehow made it on the shore and was walking in the area nearby. however, they did not find any sign of him. what rescue crews did discover were a pair of shoes that they believe the man was wearing. this missing man was wearing when he fell into the water. but the search for this man continues. again, back out here live, we're about a quarter mile away from the bridge, the brazos bridge where that man was sitting and fell into the water. we've been told by the napa county sheriff's office to give them some room to go through what they say now is a crime scene. live in american canyon, ktvu channel 2 news. this morning americans are being told to avoid sudan and tunisia. the state department has issued travel warnings for those two countries due to the security concerns over recent violence. the department also ordered all u.s. families there now along with some government personnel to leave. while sudan's government has taken steps to limit attacks, the u.s. says terror threats
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still remain high. 4,000 sailors and marines from camp pendleton are scheduled to leave for the middle east tomorrow. their departure comes amid heightened tensions after the killing of ambassador stevens and three other american diplomats. some of the thousands of people involved in days of protest near the u.s. embassy in egypt got paid for it. the protests began tuesday and just days later, several admitted to getting money. others were protesting on their own time to vent their anger against the united states over the anti-muslim film it allegedly produced in southern california. pope benedict xvi called for peace in the middle east during an open air mass in lebanon today. his appeal comes during a three- day visit aimed at united christians and muslims. the pontiff planned the trip before the unrest broke out this week over the film. he made no reference to the protests but he urged for peace in syria, dekraaiing the violence which -- dekraaiing
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the violence -- de crying the violence he says causes so much suffering. the man who allegedly produced the film may have gone into hiding. nakoula basseley nakoula was interviewed by the l.a. sheriff's department. after the interview he decided not to return home. investigators are trying to determine whether nakoula who was convicted of bank fraud violated his probation terms. more on a deadly crash north of sacramento. the boat operator was drunk when he crashed into another boat last night. it happened at angle wright lake in yuba county. two people died and another was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. police arrested 53-year-old jeffrey sandow of auburn and he's facing two counts of manslaughter. a fire at a mountainview apartment complex is under investigation this morning. it was reported just before 5:30 last night at a complex on wind dot lane. according to a resident four units were damaged and three
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people including a firefighter were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. it took about 20 minutes for crews to get that fire under control. a memorial has been set up in san jose at a neighborhood to remember an 8-year-old who died after being hit while riding a small bike. the accident happened friday night. police say matthew denn rode a small bike in front of a truck. the driver of the truck is cooperating with police. there have been several accidents involving children over the past five years on the street but this was the first death. >> the family over there this morning kept saying -- turn around talking to the kids who were there at the memorial saying hey, be careful when riding your bikes. be careful when crossing the streets. it's a lesson for all of us to learn. >> neighbors say some of the parents considering going to city council to ask for signs or street bumps in that area. a special memorial will be held today to mark six months since sierra lavarre disappeared. she went missing on the way to
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school. today's remembrance starts at 6:30 p.m. at the elementary school in morgan hill. family and friends will say a prayer and release balloons in her memory. san francisco police have arrested a teenager in connection with the shooting death of an 18-year-old from richmond. police found demario lewis with several gunshot wounds near osceola lane early yesterday morning. he was pronounced dead at the scene. police say they arrested a 17- year-old yesterday and right now he is in the juvenile justice center. a placer high school student is recovering from a serious head injury after a rollover accident on interstate 80 in auburn. on friday night students -- eight students were going to lunch when their suv was clipped by a big rig. the car flipped before coming to rest on its roof. most of the students were treated at a nearby hospital for injuries that included cracked ribs and cuts.
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>> i just laid in the glass outside of my feet and waited pretty much gl. andrew carducci suffered the worst injuries. he was partially ejected out of the window in the crash and suffered a fractured skull and severe concussion. he is in the hospital under observation. after seeing pictures of the accident, the students say they feel lucky to be alive. one of san francisco international airport's main runways remains closed today. it is shut down for safety improvements and that could mean delays of up to an hour for arriving and departing flights. the runway is expected to reopen at 8:00 tomorrow morning but there are more closures planned for the next two weekends. it's official. the nhl season is up in the area after the league's threat of a lockout became a reality. players and owners failed to work out a labor deal before the deadline late last night so at midnight the lockout was o. the move comes less than a month before the hockey season is expected to start. training camps were set to open friday. the news has many fans upset.
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>> i'll remain a fan but i probably will think twice about renewing tickets. >> we look forward to the home game every single night. all that will be gone now for a couple of weeks, couple months. who knows how long it lasts. >> the second lockout in just eight years and the third work stoppage in the past 18 years. new this morning, after months of speculation, the judges panel on american idol is now full. about an hour ago idol host ryan seacrest tweeted that country singer teeth urban and -- keith urban will join mariah carey and andrew jackson at the table. american idol will premier right here on ktvu in january. in weather talking about low clouds and fog across most of the bay area but not here.
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looking out toward the peak, the summit just over 3800 feet. lots of sunshine. and this neighborhood will be flirting with 90 degrees later on this afternoon. so a little bit of a temperature change for your sunday. taking a look at the maps right now, we can show you the overall pattern out there. the fog off shore. still some overcast right around the bay itself. also up in parts of the north bay, santa rosa, and pet petaluma. forecast headlines for today, we do have this, the morning fog. warm inland. tomorrow partly sunny skies. a little cooler. then the extended, a nice forecast of the temperatures on the mild to warm side. here's a look at some of the current numbers for the 8:00 hour. and they're beginning to recover a little bit but not much. santa rosa still in the 40s at 48. concord 53 and san jose reporting some overcast and 56. high pressure is in command of our weather. a little bit primarily heating up the inland spots but there's a weather system to the north. this will move in for today and tomorrow. you can see the trend. temperatures do cool down just
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slightly for today and then for monday we'll continue to cool things off. that means no major heat in the forecast. yesterday probably one of the warmest day of the weekend. a little bit after dropoff for today. here are the forecast models. clearing near the shoreline. we have the 60s here. the yellow is the 70s. not much in the way of 90- degree heat but we could have a few spots approaching 90 later on this afternoon. a az play -- as playing game three, wrapping up the series this afternoon. partly cloudy skies with a temperature of 67 degrees toward the coliseum. these numbers a little bit cooler, coming down just a little bit from yesterday's highs. that means santa rosa 79. oakland will top out right around 70. these temperatures will check in right about 3:00 this afternoon. san jose 76. free month 74. -- fremont 74. san francisco right around 63 degrees. here's a look ahead. your five-day forecast with your weekend always in view, temperatures continue to cool off for monday and tuesday.
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maybe a little bit of a bump in the numbers by thursday. coming up in a few minutes, i'll let you know if we will ever warm back up. a quick glimpse at what the long range mondays are saying. the countdown to the november election continues. where the presidential candidates are this week and when mitt romney will be back in the bay area. but first, let's take you outside. there's a live look at traffic in the south bay. that is the 280, 880 connector. as you can see, it is a gray morning but things moving along just final. we've been checking in with the chp. nothing major to report for you this morning. if you're headed out the door, it is 8:41 on the clock. you are watching mornings on 2.
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good sunday morning. some areas of fog developing around the bay. oakland a forecast high right around 70. five people died including three children after a small plane crashed in southwest missouri. authorities say the plane was headed to the springfield airport when it crashed in a field just five mission away -- miles away. the group was flying home from a kansas city royals baseball game. wilts say -- witnesses say they heard the plane had some kind of engine trouble. >> when we saw it, we knew -- i
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mean, possibly wasn't going to be anybody alive. >> the faa is going to be at the scene today trying to piece together what caused that crash. the f.b.i. is now involved in the investigation into a former monterey bay professor accused of killing his wife. acts in white protective suits sevenned the home of 69 -- searched the home of 69-year- old lawrence jones. he's accused of killing his 29- year-old estranged wife and dumping her body in a wooded area in san benito. he's an internationally recognized financial management expert at monterey's naval post quad yacht school. -- graduate school. families gathered to say goodbye to a college student from lafayette who drowned in the river. he was last seen labor day weekend while being on the river -- while tubing on the river with friends. his body was found a week later about two miles downstream from where he disappeared. a school damaged by a fire
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last week will open again tomorrow. according to beachwood schools's facebook page, the power has been turned back on. yesterday teachers and parents helped move some of the debris left over from that fire. a third grade classroom was destroyed and administrative offices badly damaged. investigators say they believe it started in the school's kitchen and was likely sparked by a damaged electrical cord. in election news, republican presidential nominee mitt romney is in colorado today ahead of what is expected to be a tough week of campaigning for both him and president obama. tomorrow romney heads to california for a fund-raiser in orange county and it will be his first stop here since announcing paul ryan as his running mate. tomorrow president obama will hold a rally in ohio. that's going to be followed by a fund-raiser in new york on tuesday and then a two-city visit in florida. mitt romney is due back in the bay area this week according to the san francisco conchronicle. he's going -- san "san francisco chronicle." he's going to hold a fund-
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raiser at the strawberry estate. george schultz is expected there and meg whitman. some couples are paying up to $100,000 to attend. there are a limited number of tickets that cost $500. romney's running mate paul ryan spent the week campaigning in florida. he went back and fort between motivating the crowd and criticizing president obama. >> if you take a look at the record of last four years, it's a record of failed policies, of an absence of leadership. >> ryan told the crowd romney was the man to lead the country in the future. he says when romney was governor of massachusetts, the credit rating improved and unemployment went down. people in the audience agreed saying romney has a strong business background which is something the country needs. paul ryan has chosen former solicitor general ted olsen as his debate practice partner. olsen has argued 58 cases
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before the supreme court and has argued against proposition 8. ryan and al seen operated in their -- olsen operated in their first mock debate session last week. there's only one debate between ryan and vice president joe biden before the november election. it's scheduled for october 11 in kentucky. tomorrow is the last day for people who live in san francisco to opt out of receiving a paper voter information pamphlet for the november election. those who do decide to go paperless will get an e-mail 40 days before the election and that will come with a link to view the material online. you will find the opt out form on the department's elections website. several major u.s. banks are reportedly under investigation for lapses that authorities say may have allowed criminals to launder money. a "new york times" reports that jpmorgan chase and bank of america are under the banks under investigation. a in april citigroup was sanctioned by federal regulators who found that the bank's procedures to block money laundering were
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insufficient. online shoppers might not like the new tax amazon and other retailers have started to use for internet purchases, but spall businesses are seeing things in -- small businesses are seeing things in a different light. many small stores found sales tax was the difference between shoppers buying items at their store or online. amazon has always been a major competitor with many people bringing in their phones to compare prices but store owners hope the new tax will bring them more business. >> if people have it in their mind that the differences between us are going to be fair rowed by even a small -- narrows by even a small margin, it gives us that motivation to come in the door and give us a shot. >> the money is going to go to state coffers to help pay for things like education. an anti-tax group says a letter sent to state university applicants is illegal. the letter uses government resources for a political campaign. the letter warns that
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enrollment capacity will drop if voters don't approve proposition 30 which would increase sales taxes and income taxes for the wealthy. california will soon crack down harder on stores that sell cigarettes to minors part of a bill signed by the governor yesterday. the bill was introduced by san mateo assembly man jerry hill. it requires suspension of licenses for 35 days if they have three violations in five years. after five violations a state can revoke a store's license. the pacific rod and gun club is getting a shot to -- is giving it another shot to stay open. the club met the demands for more insurance. now the deadline has been extended indefinitely as both sides work out who will pay for the lead contamination caused by lead bullets and toxic clay pigeons. those could cost between $5 million and $10 million. we have a recall to tell but this morning. if you own a ford, the company
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has announced it's recalling certain 2012 edge crossovers. the company wants to fix a problem with the fuel system that could lead to a fire. the vehicles were sold september 2010 to october 1, 2011. customers can take their cars to the deal fora free reware -- for a free repair. the drastic action a man took to try to get away. >> in weather still tracking some low clouds and fog. coming up, where the fog is right now and a temperature change you can count on for the next couple days.
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we have new top story we've following you for all morning long. a search is under way for a fisherman who fell off the brazos bridge in napa county this morning. he was there with his brother- in-law. the sheriff's department tells us they're treating the area as a crime scene until they with prove otherwise but they also say there's no immediate sign of foul play. rescue dogs are searching for the man and you can check ktvu.com for updates throughout the day. a car chase ended when the person police wanted rolled out of a moving car and jumped off a freeway overpass. it started just after 10:00 on friday night on the city streets of san bernardino. when the chase ended, the man bailed out of the car and jumped to the street below. he was taken into custody with minor injuries. it's not clear why that chase started. lawyers for britain's royal
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family are expected to go to court in france tomorrow. it's an effort to stop further publication of the topless photos of kate middleton that have been released around the world. lawyers will seek an injunction against the publishers of the gossip magazine. they were taken while kate was sun gaiting over the holiday. -- sun bathing over the holiday. >> she was on a private holiday. she wasn't making a public appearance on a public beach. [indiscernible] i guess they're going to do to her what they did to diana. same thing. >> it's in strong contrast to the naked pictures of prince harry. no action was taken against the person who published them. the giants go for the sweep in arizona. last night ballgame tied at one in the fifth. not for long. like a good neighbor, he's there. mvp chants echoing back home. dbacks would get a run in the 8th. then in the 9th.
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taking care of business. also getting help from brandon crawford. jierchltsess and dback -- giants and dbacks again this afternoon. then the giants head back home for the end of the regular season. the as beat the orioles after a come from behind win. it was all part of a five-run inning for oakland. the os brought the tying run to play in the 9th. the as win 5-2. as playoff tickets actually go on sale tomorrow. individual game tickets for a potential wide card game and american league division series games become available at 10:00 a.m. games and times have not been set. the as are using dynamic pricing so fans are encouraged to purchase early to get the best deal. the as were in the playoffs last in 2006. right now they're just to games behind the rangers in the al west. they're going for the division
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title, not just the wild card. should be an exciting finish in the month of september. 8:56. let's head over to mark for a last check of your weather on this sunday. >> looking good. want to bundle up the next few hours. the fog keeping things chili especially coastside and around the bay. no major heat in the forecast. our live camera showing overcast skies. we're looking toward the dragon boat races in san francisco. lots of overcast here. san francisco right around 60 degrees later on this afternoon. there's the latest from the fog pattern. you can see up toward the north bay, san francisco, oakland, even toward san jose. san jose right now 57 degrees. still some 40s to report up in the north bay for san rafael and santa rosa. forecast model shows you this. the clouds clear back to near the coast this afternoon. warmest locations inland on track to reach the mid- to upper 80s. these numbers about the same as yesterday. could be a little bit cooler. and we have some football to talk about at candle stig for later on -- candlestick for later on today.
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partly cloudy skies, temperature of 59. looking ahead to your five-day forecast with your weekend always in view, a little bit cooler for monday. that will be the overall trend and some more cooling for tuesday and wednesday. some of the forecast models bring in some real heat. it's still a ways out but it could be toward the end ever the month so we'll be -- of the monday so we'll be watching out for that. that is our report for the sunday -- for this sunday morning. be sure to join ktvu for our next newscast at 5:00. you can always connect with us on facebook and on twitter. thanks for joining us. have a great day. what's that?
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